Arcturus Theater Company Productions

Play/The Old Tune
by Samuel Beckett


Art Design: Rosemary Feit Covey
Photo Design: T Rose



Date & Location

Thursday, April 19, 2018
Showtime: 6:00 pm
Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Harman Hall
610 F Street, NW
Washington DC 20005
Tickets: Reserved Seating through STC Website

April 23 - 26
Showtime: 8:00 pm
The Women's Club of Arlington
700 S. Buchanan Street
Arlington, VA
Ticket Cost: $15


Arcturus Theater Company presents two more Samuel Beckett shorts together as an hour of evening entertainment.

Play (1963) involves three lovers caught in a purgatorial love triangle.
Rapid-fire, poetic verse conveys the characters’ frustration and desperation to be released from this eternal entrapment. We are proud to be collaborating with the esteemed international artist Rosemary Feit Covey who has provided awe-inspiring backdrops for this show.

Play will be followed by a staged reading of the radio play, The Old Tune, Beckett’s 1960 interpretation of Robert Pinget's play La Manivelle (The Crank).

Play is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.





Greg Jones Ellis


Margeaux Martine


Cristen Stephansky

The Old Tune


Bernie Cohen


Phil Bufithis



Ross Heath

Technical Director/Lighting Operator

Jeff Maione




Rosemary Feit Covey
105 North Union Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Explanation of the 0 Project Starting in 2007 as a forum for the voiceless and an artistic catalyst at large social justice venues, the 0 Project has expanded. It is flexible art, freely loaned, continuing on a vital and varied trajectory, open to many interpretations and uses. Collaborations have included, the "Abductor" a large scale installation at Burning Man, Street Life Circus, Tomb Memorial a rock group from the Netherlands and many more. The 0 Project has its own music, clothing and projections. First exhibited as a building wrap 15ft. by 300ft. at Arlington Art Center in Arlington Virginia, it has wrapped buildings in Reno Nevada and Toronto Canada.The 0 Project is excited to be currently collaborating with Arcturus Theater Company.

Rosemary Feit Covey was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her work is housed in over forty major museum and library collections worldwide, including Yale University, the New York Public Library Print Collection, the National Museum of American History, Harvard University, and the Papyrus Institute in Cairo, Egypt. In 2012 five-hundred of her prints were acquired for the permanent collection of Georgetown University Library, Special Collections. She is the recipient of a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship (Bellagio Italy), an Alpha Delta Kappa Foundation National Fine Art Award and a fellowship to Georgetown University Medical Center as the 2007-2008 Artist-in-Residence. Her solo museum exhibitions include the Butler Museum of American Art, the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts and the International Museum of Surgical Science in Chicago. In 2014 a retrospective of her prints, paintings and installation work was held at Johns Hopkins University’s Evergreen Museum. Last year she was an exhibiting artist at CultureSummit 2017 in Abu Dhabi.